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Feel Better

I feel like it was only a matter of time before mobile applications and telehealth formed a harmonious union. The latest take on telemedicine in the age of mobile launched last Wednesday morning with the premier of… 295 more words

Telehealth as 'Disruptive Innovation' in Nursing

“Telehealth: A Case Study in Disruptive Innovation” is a CE article in AJN‘s April issue. The author, Janet Grady, vice president of academic affairs and chair of the Nursing and Health Sciences Division at the University of Pittsburgh in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, describes the concept of… 399 more words

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TELEMEDICINE: 1st quarter membership-based utilization of "MeMD" telemedicine service as an employer and health plan benefit.

Telehealth Leader MeMD Surpasses Industry Standard for Employer-Based Utilization of Telemedicine

MeMD demonstrates strong first quarter membership-based utilization of its telemedicine service as an employer and health plan benefit. 468 more words

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Telehealth's impact on Workers' Comp

The following post from Kimberly George, SVP, Senior Healthcare Advisor for Sedgwick, and one of my LinkedIn connections, echoes the post I wrote last year called,   13 more words

Medical Tourism

Telepractice, Florida, and SLPs

By Cyndee Williams Bowen, SLP

I live and work in Florida. The state of “dangling chads” during the 2000 election. The state of “stand your ground” gun laws. 297 more words

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This week's technology news - 4th April 2014

Not totally Xpired – Government offers limited reprieve to public sector and NHS
The UK Government has announced it is bailing out the whole of the UK public sector and NHS by signing a deal with Microsoft to extend support and security updates for Windows XP.  729 more words

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